Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman: Arkham Origins will release on Oct 25.Facebook/Baman Arkham

Warner Bros. Games Montreal, developers of the upcoming video game Batman: Arkham Origins, have released a new 17-minute gameplay video showcasing aspects like mechanics, combat and narrative in the game.

This video shows how a young and not-so-famous Batman hunting for clues on his assassins who have come to Gotham City, after a bounty has been placed on his head on the Christmas Eve by Black Mask. It shows various features of Batman in his fight for justice from his gadgets to weapons.

The most important part of the video is Batman's Batcave where he will acquire his new weapon and this facility also houses the training area which is very essential to any player before he heads out for his objectives. Players have to test and hone their skills and can train themselves in the use of newer weapons.

Alfred, Batman's butler, gives him a new non-lethal weapon the Concussion Detonator which can be used on police and civil servants, since this game is about his early days, before he established himself as The Dark Knight.

Later, he is seen infiltrating the Gotham City Police Department but has to do it without causing much damage to the personnel and must use non-lethal weapons. He must also use stealth to make his way in as he has to get to the criminal server room to know more about the assassins hired to kill him.

(YouTube Courtesy: WB Games ITALIA)

Meanwhile, AllGamesBeta revealed the last two names of the assassins who come for Batman's head - Lady Shiva and Killer Croc. The report posted the images of these two assassins who will be additions to the roster that includes Bane, Deadshot, Deathstroke, Copperhead, Firefly and the Electrocutioner.

Batman: Arkham Origins will release on 25 October for PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.